Easiest Irish Soda Bread

Easy Irish Soda BreadThis simple and delicious soda bread recipe is from my good friend Julie. 

I have never been a lover of Irish Soda Bread, until I tasted Julie’s recipe. 

Many recipes seem to be dry and tasteless.  Not only is this recipe moist, it has just the right mix of sweet and salty flavors mixed together. 

Most of the ingredients for this recipe will be in your pantry or refrigerator.  You will need buttermilk and raisins to mix with the dry baking ingredients.  Those are usually the only ingredients I need to shop for to make this treat. 

Irish Soda Bread Recipe

This recipe calls for 1 full cup of raisins.  I usually use a little less, more like 2/3 of a cup since my kids don’t love the raisins.  They will eat the bread but not the raisins.  Using anywhere from 1/2 cup to a full cup of raisins works for this bread.  If you are a raisin lover, go for the full cup.

Irish Soda Bread Recipe

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One of the things I like about soda bread is how versatile it is.  I can eat it is for breakfast, lunch, snack or dessert.

This Irish Soda bread is moist and delicious enough to eat plain.  It is also tasty with some butter or even jelly.

Irish Soda Bread Recipe



 

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Easy Irish Soda Bread
Easiest Irish Soda Bread
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Servings Prep Time
1 loaf 10 Minutes
Cook Time
45-50 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 loaf 10 Minutes
Cook Time
45-50 Minutes
Easy Irish Soda Bread
Easiest Irish Soda Bread
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
1 loaf 10 Minutes
Cook Time
45-50 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 loaf 10 Minutes
Cook Time
45-50 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: loaf
Instructions
  1. After adding the five dry ingredients to a bowl, mix them together with a whisk.
  2. Add buttermilk, eggs and the softened butter, one at a time. Mix well after adding each ingredient. Mix thoroughly then add raisins and mix again.
  3. The batter can go into a greased 9" - 10" round baking pan. Use a sharp knife to cut an X in the top of the dough before baking.
  4. Bake at 350 for 45-55 minutes until golden brown on top. Do not overcook or your bread may become too dry.
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  1. I always thought Irish soda bread was complicated to make but now with your share I see it isn’t! My husband and I are going to a family get together tomorrow so I guess I’ll be baking tonight. Thanks for sharing!

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